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The first band looks at the work of Byron with particular focus on his controversial account of Waterloo: Childe Harold. Band 2 explores the Royal Brighton Pavillion, through accounts of actual vis...itors between 1817-1821. Band 3 looks at the work of C19th Romantic artist Eugene Delacroix, with particular reference to his interest in the 'oriental'.
Metadata describing this Open University video programme
Module code and title: A207, From Enlightenment to Romanticism c.1780-1830
Item code: A207; VCR4
First transmission date: 2003
Published: 2003
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Duration: 01:17:14
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Producer: Sarah Carr
Contributors: Saba Bahar; Simon Bainbridge; Melissa Berry; David Blaney-Brown; Marie Sophie Wilson Carr; Stephen Cornicard; Alain Debray; Celia Delaney; Richard Elfyn; Neil Forsyth; Helene Gill; Arlette Serullaz; David Spurr; William Vaughan; Nicola Watson
Publisher: BBC Open University
Keyword(s): Apsley house; Childe Harold; Duke of Wellington; Geneva; Gibralter; Gougamont Farm; Images of North Afica; Marine pavillion; Morocco; Napoleon; Romanticism and Antiquity; Romanticism and the Oriental; Romantisicm and the Picturesque; Rousseau; Royal Brighton Pavillion; Shelley; Tangiers; The Jewish wedding; Turner - 'field of Waterloo'; Waterloo; Women of Algiers
Subject terms: Architecture; Art, European--19th century; Enlightenment--Europe; Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815; Poetry--19th century; Romanticism; Romanticism in art; Waterloo, Battle of, Waterloo, Belgium, 1815--Poetry; Delacroix, Eugène, 1798-1863
Footage description: This compilation consists of the following bands: In the steps of Childe Harold, The Royal Pavillion, Brighton and Eugene Delacroix: The Moroccan Journey
Master spool number: DOU50091
Production number: JOUZ069B
Videofinder number: 6692
Available to public: no